Meeting weekly on Wednesdays at 2:50PM in 544 Nightingale.
This is an informal colloquium style seminar which provides the opportunity to learn about others areas of interest. Questions encouraged!
If you have a question, would like receive announcements, or would like to speak at seminar, email This seminar is supported in part by a Research and Training Grant (RTG) from the NSF.
|Jan 9||Jeffrey Galkowski (NEU)||Eigenfunctions: What are they and what do they tell us?|
|Jan 16||Alexander Moll (NEU)||An Introduction to Dispersive Shock Waves|
|Jan 23||Changho Han (Harvard)||Modular compactifications of moduli spaces in algebraic geometry|
|Jan 30||Chi-Yun Hsu (Harvard)||Congruences of modular forms and the eigencurve|
|Feb 6||Peter Hintz (MIT)||General relativity and microlocal analysis|
|Feb 13||Jonathan Wang (MIT)||Geometric approach to local L-factors and spherical varieties|
|Feb 20||Tom Bachmann (MIT)|
|Feb 27||Eunice Kim (Tufts)|
|Mar 6||No Seminar.||Spring Break.|
|Mar 13||Euan Spence (U. Bath)|
|Mar 20||Elina Robeva (MIT)|
|Mar 27||Lynnelle Ye (Harvard)|
|Apr 3||Geoffrey Smith (Harvard)|
|Apr 10||Scott Mullane (Frankfurt)|
|Apr 17||Ana Balibanu (Harvard)|
|End of Semester (Seminar Resumes Fall 2019)|